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. >>> over at american, the eagles taking on brown. let's fast forward to the second half, a.u. trailing by four. john shelf knocking down the three-pointer brings the eagles within one. later on eagles still trailing. a little give and go here, he ends up with the flush. eagles down just three. but brown, would hit some big shots down the stretch. shot mcgonigal, knocks the shot down, they beat a.u. 72-67. >>> good news for wizards fans, martel webster said he's expecting to play this monday versus denver. last night he left the game against the bucks after spraining his ankle at the end of the first quarter. he had to be carried off the court. he took a few jump shots after practice today. >>> all right, in high school football, congratulations to briarwoods, their 27-25 win over purvis they'll be going for their fourth straight virginia state chouampionship next weeke. joining them will be the undefeated centreville wildcats, they're up 14-7, scott walter at the sweep. right into the end zone, 25-yard scoring play, 21-7 wild katsz, third quarter, walter with the a short connection to
field goal, by dawson with 26 minutes seconds remaining, 19-17 win. >>> eagles running back leshawn mccoy, touchdown runs of 57 and 40 yards. the eagles would go on to post the 34-20 victory. john henry smith has more from philadelphia. >> after the philadelphia eagles defeated the detroit alliance, admitted he felt the snow wasn't really going to start until after half time. well, we were able to see all game long that he needs a new weather person. but also, it appeared that the eagles team themselves did not believe that the game started until after half time. they played very sluggish in the first half. alliance led, but eagles blazing in the second half, scoring touchdowns on five straight possessions, the big damage doer was eagles running back leshawn mccoy ran for a league record 217 yards and he did it against a defense ha that hadn't given a rushing touchdown in eight games. >> i think everybody is so intim intimidated and scared of their front guys. my team took a challenge and stepped up. the whole week they talked about us running the ball and giving us different matches o
hit at kickoff for the philadelphia eagles game. blinding snow and wind making for a memorable matchup with the lions. with more on that, here's devin dwyer. >> reporter: the nasty mix of snow and ice creating pileup after pileup. near milwaukee, a 30-car crash injured dozens, shutting down interstate i-94. >> it was bad. you could barely see on the road. >> reporter: whiteout conditions also snagging drivers in pennsylvania. where this 50-car wreck outside of philly killed one man. in new york city, a pileup of 20 cars. slippery streets from wisconsin to virginia and all the way into new england will make this morning's commute a mess. >> we want to make sure we get a lot of salt, continue it down. so the morning rush hour will be smooth for people going to work and for school. >> reporter: the icy storm has been wreaking havoc for days. football fans in philadelphia on sunday coated in sleet and snow. the storm dumped so much ice on this apartment building in plano, texas, it was falling off in sheets. in tennessee, ice-coated tree limbs snapping off, some taking down power lines. >>
a half of a foot of snow as the eagles took on the lions and they watched the ravens take on the vikings in zero visibility. they are racing to get the lights back on and thousands are living without power across the country and with the theft of new ice accumulations more outages could be on the way. all that and the official start of winter is still two weeks away. and winter of course still has the grip over much of the country. at least check airports reporting delays of deicing the planes and keep that in mind here and the northeast and the moisture will continue through the day. winds are pulling from the south and west and keeping the air a tad bit milder and instead of all the wintry precipitation we dealt with yesterday there is more in the way of rain today and new york city with the quick burst of snow it will get washed out before another round moves in and we have a number of advisories posted and travel plans along i-95 you will encounter slick spots and give yourself plenty of time and of course make sure that you provide a little bit of extra space between you and the car
eagles. you can't make this up. straight from the obama administration. we'll tell you about it. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. >>> you're watching "fox and friends." my favorite show. >> stone cold. happy saturday morning. it's the first saturday -- one of the first saturdays in december. i've lost track. in any case it's 7:00 a.m. on the east coast. anna kooiman. >> good morning. >> you said that i could have believed you. >> not a math major. doesn't matter. it's december and we're glad it is. >> a lot of terrible weather out there and storms, but a perfect storm brewing right now in washington, d.c. as it relates to obama care. just when you thought the website was up and running and things were looking good for obama care, we get a new bombshell report yesterday that it turns out that one in ten applications that are being filed through the website, are not going through. in fact, if you thought you signed four obama care, you might not find out you didn't sign up until after the deadline passes when you think you're covered? >> one in ten sounds bad but it's an imp
the philadelphia eagles from defeating the detroit lions with the help of some crews on the field to clear things up. the weather has been blamed for more than 3,700 canceled flights, talk about frustration b 1,100 flights planned for today. ed lavandera is at dallas-ft. worth international airport where it has been a frustrating couple days and hundreds of traveler, ed, spent the night. >> reporter: yes, there have been enough people sleeping here in the terminals of dfw international airport to populate a small texas town. 4,000 people friday night, that was down to 650 last night, and they're hoping, they're hoping that things start turning around today. >> this is day four, dallas-ft. worth international airport. times are getting desperate. >> reporter: growing frustrations for thousands of passengers after being stranded at the dallas-ft. worth international airport since friday. james archibald of canada is one of them. >> i just don't understand why they can't get the ice off the runway. i'm from canada. we've got four, five feet of snow on the runway, boom, plows go by. i know it's for o
at the eagles game in philly yesterday. whiteout conditions making it tough for players to play, fans to watch. look at that! die-hard eagles fans though, they toughed it out at the linc covered with ice and snow. that is a real fan. it was worth it at the end. eagles, slipping and sliding with a 30-24 victory over the lions, bill. their fifth trait. bill: you can send us throughout the program twitter pictures if you look @billhemmer, @marthamaccallum. she is out today. could be at -- >> heather childers. bill: we'll look at the pictures. >> that game was unreal. i don't know how you play in those conditions. if it was my team i would stay too. so. more and more people finally getting on the obamacare website, another story we're following to sign up for health care there are new reports of what awaits them. new reports people will have to pay thousands of dollars out of their own pocket before their insurance even kicks in. according to "the wall street journal" average deductible for an individual was $3600. under obama care care's bronze plan that soars to over $5,000. that is 42% increase
in the background as the eagles and lions combined for eight touchdowns, but there was only one extra point attempt because kicking was impossible, with about eight inches of snow on the ground. the eagles were victorious. for all the snow yesterday, it's the boys of summer on everyone's mind today, specifically three men whose resumes are as long as july is hot. joe torre, bobby cox and tony la russ russa will be ensliehrined in t hall of fame. they led their teams to 17 pennants and eight world series titles. torre won four of those championships with the new york yankees, including three straight from '98 through 2000. larussa won nearly as many games as he made calls to the bull pen, finishing his career third on the all time wins list. while cox only claims a single championship banner, he skippered the braves to 14 straight post season appearances. >>> the pop culture lead now. given the kind of weather most of us suffered through this weekend, it's no wonder a movie named "frozen" took top spot at the box office, hauling in more than $31 million in its second weekend. that was enough to deth
american eagle outfitters out before the bell. alan greenspan will speak. he called it a bubble. bitcoin made aon splash. next year'sraw for soccer world cup will take place in brazil. it will determine the competition at the tournament. this is a big deal. >> that is more foreign than the jobs report, actually. >> state tuned. current, commodities, stocks, bonds -- we're nearing 1800 and the futures. yields go out. the dollar is stronger, con founding germany. they won a weaker euro and they do not get it. -- this is aond big deal. underer chinese currency, is at australian dollar .91. we scoured the papers. so much is going on this morning. all of it is centered on the passing of nelson mandela. >> he is the front page story. today is job stay. the results of the survey say that payrolls have increased in the month of november. >> the feeling is like this? >> it will probably declined to a low. the assessments have been upgraded. and financial capital rights this warning that bond investors are ratcheting up their payroll expectations above 200,000. the investor feeling within the bond
. this was philadelphia as the eagles played the i willons during a sunday snow bowl. and that is just part of the system. here is a look from above. it's a combination of snow, ice and rain that's been wrecking cars, diverting flights and creating a general mess. we begin in washington with jeff pegues. >> reporter: in stadium as long the east coast today the players on nfl teams weren't just tackling each other, they had to take on weather conditions as well. >> calvin johnson make the the catch. >> clearing the snow on an nfl field is easy compared to getting the roads primed and ready for a storm that one virginia official called an historic ice event. in westminster, maryland, salt truck kos not match the storm's intensity. this pickup truck slid off the road and it was going to take a lot more than this to get it back on track. in northern virginia it's rocco's job to keep traffic moving even in icy conditions. >> yes, the temperatures continue to drop, our concern in-- intensifiesment we have almost 2,000 vehicles out there in northern virginia. we're monitoring the situation both through cameras
and a half inches of snow fell forcing the ground stop for flights. the storm didn't stop eagles fans from watching their team beat the detroit lions or at least trying to watch. >> the forecast today for snow and sleet, not a blizzard. >> it fell so fast and heavy it was tough you to make out the players or the field. winter may still be two weeks away, but this early blast has some wishing the season was over. >> i don't like the snow. i don't like it at all or the ice. i prefer summertime when it's warm. >> reporter: even though the snow for the most part has stopped, officials are warning drivers to remain cautious. the slick conditions and freezing rain are expected to continue through most of the day. charlie and norah. >> jenn thank you. in north texas where this storm began melting ice and snow causing new problems. sheets of ice came crushing down on an suv outside a building in plano, texas near dallas. no one was injured. 1300 flights are cancelled today. many are in dallas. bad weather is expected another day or so. meteorologist meagan is tracking the sto
. >> yeah. the redskins, ravens, eagles, all have games impacted by this weather. looking quiet from boston to new york to washington. that will change. this snow-and-ice show is a one-day event and it's really just tomorrow. in washington you can see the heaviest, which is white. in roanoke to richmond, i had much -- i-81 may see the heaviest accumulation. ov overnight tomorrow night into monday may see snow. that's the biggest difference between this ice event and yesterday's, temperatures have been holding so cold. that will not be the case along the eastern sea board. by monday everybody will be in the 40s so whatever ice there is will melt. the watch starts in the morning by 11:00 or 12. snow and sleet to start. by the afternoon and evening, changing over to freezing rain and sleet. on the haul maybe one to two inches of snow, a quarter of inch of ice possible in washington. philadelphia and afternoon it begins to move in, snow and sleetly nighttime, we'll see a change over to rain as temperatures begin to come up, maybe see a snow/sleet accumulation of an inch, in new york city dry un
it just bam, hit us and i'm slipping and sliding. >> the philadelphia eagles and the lions played in near white out conditions. crews worked through the game to clear the field. and the storm charging up the east coast is dropping snow and freezing rain. new york, boston, and big cities farther north are preparing for bad weather today. >>> happening today, san diego's embattled former mayor is expected to be sentenced on sexual harassment charges. as part of a plea agreement, bob filner will get three years probation and three months of home confinement. he'll also have to undergo mental health treatment. filner resigned in august after more than a dozen women accused him of making unwanted advanced toward him. in october he pleaded guilty to felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery charges. >>> a san francisco murder suspect is due in court today, 21-year-old ronny collins is charged in the shooting death of a man december 1. he lured the victim to san francisco by offering to buy a video game console for him. the victim had posted the play station 4 for sale online. >>> in oth
eagle, delta, northwest a few years later, united, continual nenl, and southwest and air tran in 2011 and now that the air deal is done these new supersized american airlines, they reduced the amount of 7 carriers to just four today. and the key is is whether or not these four. obviously that e means less competition for some markets but what does it mean for overall markets? they go as fears the justice department. >> what does history tell us about that? >> according to a report issued by price waterhouse coopers, before the latest merger mainan began and 2007. 2011. what has changed is the number of fees that passengers don't have to pay for things like luggage. so overall the fees are actually larger, occupying a larger chunk of what the airlines have been doing to bring in money. >> sold its remaining stock in general motors, how did that bailout work out? >> so tony, the federal government essentially gave nearly $50 billion in a settlement. taxpayers got back nearly 'nother million, because gm was saved, and the value of the stock and whatnot. the united states government lost
this bird. >> beautiful bird, an american eagle. >> the two of you fly beautifully, mark shield, david brooks, thank you. >> woodruff: again, the major developments of the day: south africans celebrated the life of nelson mandela and mourned his passing. the government scheduled a memorial service for tuesday, with president obama and other world leaders attending. and u.s. unemployment dropped to 7% in november-- the lowest since 2008-- as employers added 203,000 jobs. on the "newshour" online right now-- a challenge for students. what were the world events that most affected you in 2013? using the story-telling tool meograph, students have the opportunity to create a zeitgeist project and win prizes from our partner, google. instructions on how to enter are on our home page. and monday on the show, we'll have a conversation with rock legend carlos santana, but you can check out a sneak preview online, where he tells us an endearing story about the time he spent with nelson mandela. that's on art beat. all that and more is on our website newshour.pbs.org. and a reminder about some upc
in the eagles/lions game. ground crews did their best to improve the playing conditions but it was tough. the lions, they fumbled seven time in the game! neither team even dared try a field goal. now the weather, it did help facilitate some crazy finishes. in the span of 20 minutes, three games ended in wild fashion. vikings/ravens it was the craziest of them all and combined to score 36 points. this is going very fast because they scored 36 points in the final 2:05 of the game. the ravens got the last laugh scoring that touchdown with four seconds left. two minutes later, the steelers were desperately laterallying the ball around the field and antonio brown breaks free and looks like he scores the game winning touchdown but he stepped out of bounds! game over. dolphins win. ten minutes later in foxborough, the patriots capped off an amazing touchdown and they scored a touchdown and got the onside kick and scored another touchdown within 30 seconds and they beat the browns by one point. >>> out in sunny, los angeles, lakers fans revoice as kobe bryant made his triumphant return to action
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in their game. the eagles-lion ones. look at this they wouldn't dare attempt a field goal. >> no way. >> there is no chance to kick it. it looks like a lot of fun for us to watch. i don't know about playing in it. >> exactly. i think those goes were out there going honestly, this is a joke. they can't even see each other. it's hilarious. to make matters worse, andy, this is what we could be looking at for the super bowl. >> the super bowl will be february 3rd. you know the good old farmer's almanac is calling for a big winter storm just like we saw yesterday for the week of the super bowl. now, the almanac claims to be right about 80% of the time. they called for a barely cold winter this year, i don't know, guys. i say they have been right so far. >> we will check in with indra, that will make for an exciting thing to watch at home. now, despite these conditions, it was kind of a record day, there was a boat load of touchdowns. >> there were a record 90 touchdowns scored. check this out, in a span of 20 minutes, three games ended in wild fashion. a great finish. check it out. the vi
about some of those eagle eyed investors now watching what the dollar trade is. traderers were saying we were trapped in the range for most of the week. and the focus and direction will come today when that hits the tape. so far, we are seeing a drift off that euro/dollar trade. perhaps this shows us the direction of sentiment already because it was a very strong pop yesterday on the euro after mario draghi continued to juggle those policy tools out there. so 1.3669 for the dollar/yen rate. 103 was the level. 102 is the handle right now. we had the autumn statement by the chancellor yesterday showing us the momentum really is behind growth here. so we are holding currently, but this may all change as we get that jobs print coming out stronger than expected. the australian dollar has been under enormous pressure. 90.5 is the level we're seeing on the boards. back to you in the studio. >>> coming up, becky isn't the only one who fears the iphone's wax of the keyboard. could ryan seacrest have a solution for her? we'll find out unbelievable. he's nfl, he's "american idol," he's doing that g
between the eagles and the lions. >> he's got it. williams on the coverage with a face full of snow. >> reporter: "today" show viewers tweeting us their pictures of the wintry weather. iced over cotton in missouri. a roadway in washington, d.c., and baby's first snowfall. here in the northeast, the storm weakened by the time it got here, but we have snow extending up into new england, but it is still making roads very slippery. that makes a mess of a monday morning commute. matt. >>> dylan dreyer, thank you very much. >> can we just agree that ice is the worst. it's so difficult. >> nothing goes on ice and we have another day of this at last. let's take a look washington, d.c., pretty shot of the capitol. federal employees are being told to come to work two hours late because of the icy conditions in and around washington. and, in fact, as we look and show you what we've got as far as winter weather advisories and freezing rain advisories all the way down into north carolina. winter storm warnings as well. you can see the purple/pinkish area. that's the freezing rain. snow to the no
later arrested. >>> are green energy farms getting a free pass for killing bald and golden eagles? the obama administration is finalizing a rule that would not penalize wind farms for killing these birds for decades. this just weeks after a company paid out a million dollars for killing more than a dozen birds in wyoming after they were sucked into some giant wind turbines. >>> and call it the lazy boy for babies. just in time for christmas, fisher price unveiling this chair called the ipad activity seat. it let's you snap your ipad into that chair so that your baby can watch the screen. critics are outraged, saying too much screen time can be damaging to the brain development. and those are your headlines. >> just need a cup holder for the bottle and you'd have everything you need right there. >>> we saw from rick reichmuth as he was dangling off the side of the building, and by the way, he made it safely. it's a little breezy and wet. maria molina is on the streets of new york city. >> good morning. that's right. the rain has stopped here in new york city at the moment. but we d
school districts are chose -- closed. southwest airlines canceled flights and american and american eagle canceled 500 flights through this morning. >> that's a safety concern when you have buses on the road. and you are trying to get kids to school. >> power has been knocked out to nearly 175,000 homes and businesses with almost half in dallas. now, check frequently with ktvu.com for weather updates including alerts and warnings. there are forecasts for your neighborhood. we'll also post information on facebook and twitter. >>> 8:09. the chp is investigating a hit- and-run crash in the north bay that left a passenger trapped and injured. the accident happened on warm springs road near wolf run in santa rosa last night. the chp says the driver, 24- year-old john holly, was going too fast and couldn't make the turn. he crossed the other lanes of traffic, hit a tree and took off running. the chp says his girlfriend was left trapped in a car. she was taken to the hospital an treated for her -- and treated for her injuries. >>> an oakland man said he was the victim of a so-called knockout gam
the eagles. the field was covered with snow. had to be cleared so many times so the game could be played. despite the cold weather, both stadiums were packed with fans. >>> football fans also packed candlestick park for what may have been the 49ers last sunday game at the aging stadium. [ cheers ] >> it was an important victory for the niners against the seahawks in this huge divisional matchup. the 9ers won 19-17. thousand there's only one more regular season game at candlestick. monday, december 23rd, against the falcons. that's why many fans agree it was so important to show up yesterday. >> this is the one before the last. so we needed to be here. >> san francisco police stepped up their presence with officers dressed as fans mixed into the crowd. police say the day went smoothly inside the park. one man was hit in the bottle -- in the head with a bottle. he was treated for minor cuts. no arrests were made. >>> the oakland raiders played the jets. in the third, the jets led 27- 10. matt mcgloin, check this out. threaded the needle threw through about four players. rod streater made t
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